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Dec 26, 2018

Happy Holidays

In 2018,with your strong support we provided over a thousand refugee from Darfur, whom are the survivors of the Darfur genocide in the camps in Chad with drinking water. You touched refugee with your kindness and your concern about their lives. Your generous contribution to provide safety tool to save the lives of volunteers who get in more than 20 meter in the well to clean them up the only sources of drinking water for 7000 families.  

As the end of the yearapproaches, we want to take a moment to inviteyou to join us to make donation to help us to ship the safety tool and to provide food for the volunteers to clean up more well and to provide drinking water as a gift with compassion.

The contribution you make in 2018 will count as a tax-deductible.

 We would like to say Happy Holidays! We are grateful for your support and we wish you and your family blessing in the+ Holidays

 

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Nov 26, 2018

Thank you our donors, we are so grateful

 

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for your generous donation to support our cause. Please continue to help us to achieve our goals. We are grateful for our donors, our volunteers, our friends, and our refugees whom we serve.

Darfur Women Network (DWN) and the survivors of Darfur genocide are grateful for your continuous support. We would like to say thank you for your positive impact on saving mothers and their daughters from rape and violence.

Thanksgiving is a great opportunity for you to continue your help and save more mothers and girls. DWN has provided 1200 mothers with safe stoves with no cost. We helped 120 mothers to earn an income to take care of their families. DWN will continue to help save women and girls.

Please visit this website to help Darfur refugees: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/protect-empower-refugee-women-and-girls-from-darfur/


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Nov 2, 2018

Update

Greetings! Darfur Women Network (DWN) is grateful for your support. You saved lives.

It is usually very difficult to get in contact with the volunteers stationed overseas. However, yesterday’s phone call was clear. They told me that the 30000 refugees drink water from one source, the wells that your donation helped to clean. However, it was a risky operation. DWN was worried, especially, when I watched the video and saw the risky tools they used. Despite they, put themselves in danger, but for their families and for their community. However, it will never happen again.

Without your support, we could not accomplish these goals. The donors should feel proud of the positive impacts their donations enabled.

Please join DWN to achieve their next step for their goal?

Our goal is to clean up more wells, approximately three to five wells, to safely to reduce the struggling of shortages of drinking water in the camp this year. We need your support to send the safely tools and to purchase food for the volunteers to take all the sand and wood as well as other trash from inside the well.

DWN is the only sources that has helped the survivors of Darfur genocide in Touloum Camp, in Chad with clean drinking water. They have been living in the camp since 2003. The reason behind the burying of the wells has been due to the rainfall that washed sand from highland to the lowland one where the wells were dug.

We currently need to clean up more wells to enable the refugees to reduce the suffering of shortages of water. This year, we need to ensure the safety of the volunteers who enter 20 meters into the wells.

We are excited that we purchased all the safety tools and they are ready to be sent to Chad. Now we are working hard to provide the volunteers with food.

Please help us with your generous donations to increase the water resources safely without putting anyone at risk.Please check the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtJneCviJ9g Thank you so much!

 
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